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  • Explain why there are 2 and only 2 electrons in each of the electron shells with l = 0 and 6 electrons in each?

    Explain why there are 2 and only 2 electrons in each of the electron shells with l = 0 and 6 electrons in each of the shells with l = 1. This question is in reference to the element argon if that helps. 10 points best answer!

    2 AnswersChemistry8 years ago
  • Standardizing a Solution of Sodium Hydroxide Chemistry Lab - Titration?

    From the mass of KHP used (.7659 g) calculate the molar amount of KHP used to neutralize the NaOH solution (the molar mass of KHP is 204.22 g/mol).

    What are the steps to go about solving this problem? Please, help is very much appreciated. 10 points best answer

    1 AnswerChemistry9 years ago
  • How do I add artist info to a music track on my mp3?

    Hi, I just bought a Samsung Galaxy Player from the store and I am now transferring some of my music to it. Some of the music does not have the official artist name, info, year, album name, etc. information and the only identifiable info for the track is the name. How can I add this information to the track so it shows up on my mp3 and computer? because right now, all the sections of info that is missing simply says unknown and i want to add that info.

    Thank you

    1 AnswerMusic & Music Players9 years ago
  • Help with Intermediate Value Theorem. 10 points best answer?

    Directions: Use the Intermediate Value Theorem and a graphing calculator to find intervals of length one in which the polynomial is guaranteed to have a zero.

    1. f(x) = x^3 - 3x^2 + 3

    2. f(x) = x^4 - 10x^2 + 3

    Any help on how to solve these problems would be greatly appreciated. I'm not entirely sure what the question is asking and when I tried google, I was still unsure on what the Intermediate Value Theorem was. I don't want to be told the answer, but I'd appreciate if someone could explain to me the steps needed in order to solve these problems. Thanks again to all who help.

    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • Help with Intermediate Value Theorem. 10 points best answer?

    Directions: Use the Intermediate Value Theorem and a graphing calculator to find intervals of length one in which the polynomial is guaranteed to have a zero.

    1. f(x) = x^3 - 3x^2 + 3

    2. f(x) = x^4 - 10x^2 + 3

    Any help on how to solve these problems would be greatly appreciated. I'm not entirely sure what the question is asking and when I tried google, I was still unsure on what the Intermediate Value Theorem was. I don't want to be told the answer, but I'd appreciate if someone could explain to me the steps needed in order to solve these problems. Thanks again to all who help.

    1 AnswerHomework Help9 years ago
  • Help with determining the right-hand and left-hand behavior of the following graphs?

    I need a little help with determining the right-hand and left-hand behavior of the following graphs:

    1. f(x) = 1 + 2x - x^6

    2. f(x) = -2.1x^5 + 4x^3 - 2x^2 + 138

    I don't care so much about the answers as the steps to obtaining them. If anyone could explain the steps on how to determine the behaviors I would greatly appreciate it. 10 points to the best answer.

    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • How do you find the domain of the function: f (x) = 3x + 1 / √(x^2 + x - 2)?

    f(x) = 3x + 1 / √(x^2 + x - 2)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm a little unsure of how to go about solving this equation. Thank you all for the help in advance and 10pts to the best answer.

    3 AnswersMathematics9 years ago
  • Why/How is sin inverse √3/2 is equal to π/3? Can someone please explain this to me?

    10 points to the best answer. I would appreciate any clarification.

    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • Solve for X. Help With Trig Problem. 10 Points Best Answer?

    Solve for x the equation is : 3sin^2x=cos^x ; 0 is less than or equal to x which is less than or equal to 2π

    I'm not entirely sure how to solve this problem. I think I've forgotten most of what I learned in Trig last year so help would be greatly appreciated. I'd rather have help/a walk through of the steps involved in solving the problem than just being given the answer. The hint on my sheet says there should be 4 possible final answers.Thank you all so much and 10 points to the best answer

    2 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • Solving the following equations for the indicated variables? 10 points for best answer?

    Can anyone please explain to me how to solve these three problems? I don't necessarily have to be told the answers,I would just like a little help with the steps to obtaining the answers. I'm a little confused as to how I should be rearranging the equations in order to isolate the variables the questions are asking to solve for.

    1) (x/a)+(y/b)+(z/c) =1, solve for a

    2) V= 2(ab+bc+ca) , solve for a

    3) 2x-2yd = y + xd ,solve for d

    1. The final answer should be (bcx) / (bc - cy - bz)

    2. The final answer should be (V- 2bc) / {2(b+c)}

    3. The final answer should be (2x - y) / (x + 2y)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much and 10 points to the best answer as always.

    5 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • Solving the following equations for the indicated variables? 10 points for best answer?

    Can anyone please explain to me how to solve these three problems? I don't necessarily have to be told the answers,I would just like a little help with the steps to obtaining the answers. I'm a little confused as to how I should be rearranging the equations in order to isolate the variables the questions are asking to solve for.

    1) (x/a)+(y/b)+(z/c) =1, solve for a

    2) V= 2(ab+bc+ca) , solve for a

    3) 2x-2yd = y + xd ,solve for d

    1. The final answer should be (bcx) / (bc - cy - bz)

    2. The final answer should be (V- 2bc) / {2(b+c)}

    3. The final answer should be (2x - y) / (x + 2y)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much and 10 points to the best answer as always.

    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • Write the following expression in the form ca^pb^q where c p q are numbers. 10 points best answer?

    The equation is: a^-1/(b^-1)(√a)

    It reads (a raised to the power negative 1) divided by [(b raised to the power negative 1) times (sq root a)]

    I don't care so much about the answer as the steps to obtaining it. I've worked at this problem for almost 30 minutes and I'm stumped. The final answer should be a^-3/2b , but I'm not sure how to arrive at that answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 10 points to the best answer as always. Thank you all.

    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • Write the following expression in the form ca^pb^q where c p q are numbers. 10 points best answer!?

    The equation is: a^-1/(b^-1)(√a)

    It reads (a raised to the power negative 1) divided by [(b raised to the power negative 1) times (sq root a)]

    I don't care so much about the answer as the steps to obtaining it. I've worked at this problem for almost 30 minutes and I'm stumped. The final answer should be a^-3/2b , but I'm not sure how to arrive at that answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 10 points to the best answer as always. Thank you all.

    1 AnswerHomework Help9 years ago
  • Write the following expression in the form ca^pb^q where c, p and q are numbers. 10 pts best answer?

    The equation is: a(2/b)/(3/b)

    I don't care so much about the answer as the steps to obtaining it. I've worked at this problem alone for almost 30 minutes and I'm stumped. The final answer should be 2/3a^2b^-1 but I'm not sure how to arrive at that answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 10 points to the best answer as always

    2 AnswersMathematics9 years ago
  • Write the following expression in the form ca^pb^q where c, p and q are numbers. 10 pts best answer?

    The equation is: a(2/b)/(3/b)

    I don't care so much about the answer as the steps to obtaining it. I've worked at this problem alone for almost 30 minutes and I'm stumped. The final answer should be 2/3a^2b^-1 but I'm not sure how to arrive at that answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 10 points to the best answer as always

    2 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • How to rewrite this rational expression with variables? 10pts best answer!?

    Directions: Write the following expression in the form c a^p b^q where c, p, and q are numbers:

    The equation to rewrite is a(2/b)/(3/b).

    I need to rewrite it so that it is in the form of c a^p b^q (which reads c times a raised to the power p times b raised to the power q). I would appreciate any help and explanations to solve the problem. Thank you very much, and 10 points to the best answer.

    2 AnswersMathematics9 years ago
  • How to rewrite this rational expression with variables? 10pts best answer!?

    Directions: Write the following expression in the form c a^p b^q where c, p, and q are numbers:

    The equation to rewrite is a(2/b)/(3/b).

    I need to rewrite it so that it is in the form of c a^p b^q (which reads c times a raised to the power p times b raised to the power q). I would appreciate any help and explanations to solve the problem. Thank you very much, and 10 points to the best answer.

    2 AnswersHomework Help9 years ago
  • Femshep romance w/ Kaidan in Mass Effect 3 (no romance in ME1)?

    Hey, so I bought Mass Effect 2 last year and I've been playing it every since (I absolutely LOVE it and I'm almost through with beating it). So anyway, I bought ME2 without ever buying or playing ME1 (although I wish I played that game first). I know it was possible for femshep to have a romantic relationship with Kaidan (among others) in ME1 and since I never played that game I (unfortunately) was not able to import my femshep into ME2 to continue the relationship. I want to know if it will be possible to still have a relationship with Kaidan if I import my ME2 character to ME3 when it comes out? Or will it not be possible since I never played ME1?

    Thanks for the help guys ^_^

    1 AnswerVideo & Online Games9 years ago
  • Help translating this sentence from English into Spanish. 10pts for best answer?

    How would you say "Thank you. I look forward to speaking to you soon" in Spanish? This is a student speaking to a teacher, so it would have to be a formal translation with the usted form of "you". Please, no translators and I would like an answer from a native speaker. 10 Points for the best answer.

    Thank you

    3 AnswersLanguages9 years ago